The Collapse of the Family
The so-called "evolutionary tree" made
by evolutionist biologist Ernst Haeckel at the close of the
The scenario of "man's family tree"
is refuted by fossil evidence. It is understood today that species
which are presented as ancestors of one another are actually different
races that lived at the same period.
The scenario of "human evolution" is
a totally fiction. In order for such a family tree to exist, a gradual
evolution from ape to man should have taken place and the fossil
record of this process should have been found. However, there is
a huge gap between apes and humans. Skeletal structures, cranial
capacities, and other such criteria as walking upright or bent sharply
forward are what distinguish humans from apes.
Another significant finding proving that there
can be no family tree among these different species is that the
species that are presented as ancestors of each other in fact lived
concurrently. If, as the evolutionists claim, australopithecines
converted to Homo habilis and if they, in turn, converted to Homo
erectus, the eras they lived in should necessarily have followed
each other. However, there is no such chronological order.
THE FAMILY TREE ONLY EXISTS ONLY IN DRAWINGS
The schemes of"the family tree of
man", products of the wide imaginative power of evolutionists,
are disproved by the fossil record.
The evolutionist paleontologist Alan Walker confirms
this fact by stating that "there is evidence from East Africa
for late-surviving small Australopithecus individuals that were
contemporaneous first with H. Habilis, then with H. erectus."56
Louis Leakey has found fossils of Australopithecus, Homo habilis
and Homo erectus almost next to each other in Olduvai Gorge region,
Bed II layer.57
Although he is an evolutionist himself, Harvard University
Palaeontologist Stephen Jay Gould admits that the scenario
of the "human's family tree" has collapsed.
A paleontologist from Harvard University, Stephen
Jay Gould, explains this deadlock of evolution although he is an
family tree concept that stretches from the primates to apes,
and then over to man, exists only in the dreams of evolutionists.
"What has become of our ladder if there
are three coexisting lineages of hominids (A. africanus, the robust
australopithecines, and H. habilis), none clearly derived from another?
Moreover, none of the three display any evolutionary trends during
their tenure on earth."58
When we move on from Homo erectus to Homo sapiens,
we again see that there is no family tree to talk about. There is
evidence showing that Homo erectus and archaic Homo sapiens continued
living up to 27,000 years and even 10,000 years before our time.
In the Kow swamp in Australia, some 13,000-year-old Homo erectus
skulls have been found. On Java Island, a Homo erectus skull was
found that was 27,000 years old.59
These finds indicate that the creatures presented
as the "ancestors of man" by the theory of evolution are
either extinct species that have nothing to do with one another
or lost human races.
Walker, Science, Vol 207, 1980, p. 1103.
57- A. J. Kelso, Physical Antropology, 1st ed., New
York: J. B. Lipincott Co., 1970, p. 221; M. D. Leakey, Olduvai Gorge,
Vol 3, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971, p. 272.
58- S. J. Gould, Natural History, Vol 85, 1976, p.
59- Time, 23 December 1996